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“Job Tracker” is a roundup of the latest job changes in the lobbying world, from turns of the revolving door to moves between firms. Send information about new hires by e-mail to [email protected] or by fax to Influence at (202) 457-0718.

Name From To Notes
Dean Aguillen House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) Ogilvy Government Relations Top Pelosi aide responsible for assisting newly elected representatives will join Ogilvy in December as senior vice president.
Beth Almeida International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers National Institute on Retirement Security Newly formed institutional investor and retirement fund advocacy group taps economist and public policy expert as its director.
Paul Carothers Kraft Foods FD Dittus Communications Former VP of public policy moves to firm’s food and health practice.
Kathleen Harrington Sheridan Group Dutko Worldwide Former business and communications specialist joins up with Dutko.
Michael Macleod-Ball ACLU of Alaska American Civil Liberties Union Macleod-Ball will serve as the chief legislative and policy counsel in the ACLU’s D.C. office.
Jesse McCollum National Beer Wholesalers Association Rep. Ron Klein (D-Fla.) After less than a year at the association, McCollum heads back to the Hill.
Jennifer Mercurio Entertainment Software Association Entertainment Consumers Association Attorney handling legislative and policy matters for a game publishers’ trade association takes the helm of a nonprofit group representing gamers.
George Noone National Association for the Advancement of Colored People American Civil Liberties Union Noone will become deputy director in the ACLU’s D.C. office.
Larry Ottinger Fannie Mae Foundation Center for Lobbying in the Public Interest Former attorney for People for the American Way and policy and leadership director for Fannie Mae is named as new president for the center.

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